Police investigate frolicking child

”When she got in the bath that night, she said: ‘I did something wrong, I’m in trouble’,” her mother Jessica said. ”This was a child in her element. Who could have complained about that? If she was in distress, sure, people should maybe call the cops then. She was totally carefree.
”It’s not long before she’ll lose that and become more body conscious.”
Chief executive of the Australian Childhood Foundation and registered psychologist Joe Tucci said raising community awareness about child abuse had inadvertently triggered ”widespread anxiety” instead of ”confidence”.
”In the past, adults would turn a blind eye. These days, more people respond … but not necessarily in a helpful way. In this case, the execution is not what I would have recommended.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/police-investigate-frolicking-child-20130504-2izt3.html#ixzz2SNKPBhhj

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